The king has come back to Peoria to bring his son home. But maybe Sydney and Teddy can find a loophole in Buronian law that would allow Emil to stay.
To get the highly incriminating contents of a certain "man bag" back, Emil and Teddy must go on a double date with the intimidating McCrary twins.
Teddy's robotics application is almost complete. But for his extracurricular requirements, he'll need to enroll in -- gulp -- a theater course.
Stank Man and Daryl are "double dog done-zo," and Emil is beyond devastated. Crushed, he takes matters into his own hands to save Stank Nation.
Hoping to get a letter of recommendation for MIT, Teddy does everything he can to impress Sydney's mom Meghan -- but things don't go as planned.
Things start to short-circuit when Emil gets an instant crush on Ryan Gibson, Teddy's longtime arch-rival at the Illinois State Junior Tech Fair.
Something's wrong: Teddy's using weird slang and slacking off big time. He's even taking part in Emil's human cannonball -- of his own accord!
Teddy gets jealous when his Mom starts spending so much time with Emil.
Teddy wants to win tickets to see the musical Fillmore, but when his chances are destroyed, he realizes Emil has a special phone that is for Royals to get what ever they want and he persuades Emil to use it to get the tickets.
Emil throws a birthday party of Teddy's 13th birthday. But things don't go exactly as planned.
Emil and Regina set out to pull the best April Fools Joke on Teddy. But Teddy ends up turning the tables on them.
Emil proposes to Teddy to be his BFF but Teddy is embarrassed. But when an old pen pal Teddy's shows up and starts being BFF's with Emil, Teddy decides to step up.